barn. Wednesday , November 15th , 2017 - 02:04:36 AM
There is no such thing as a "no shed dog breed" if you are looking for a dog that absolutely does not have some amount of fur or hair coming off it at certain periods. All dogs shed, but some not as much. Well, that's the good news. There are some breeds of dogs that shed less than others and to some extent this means these dog breeds have less allergens that may be the cause of your allergies.
Lean to sheds today do not require they be built against another structure. In fact, most plans offer the option for these sheds to be built as free-standing structures. Of course, keeping the original spirit of a lean to shed in place is still a highly viable option. Leaning a shed up against another structure can create a clean, uncluttered look.
So your breed will have a normal amount of every day shedding depending on what kind of coat your breed has. For example, German Shepherds were bred to herd sheep through the mountains, they have a double coat. The top coat is black, the hair is course, that is the waterproof layer; the underneath coat is white, the hair is fluffy, that is their warm layer. But daily, they will shed some of each layer.
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